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From the PublisherIn this very accessibly-written book, Chung and Hyland break new ground for an introductory text by referring in some detail to both western and eastern philosophical traditions in tracing the intellectual history of psychology. They are committed to the idea that psychology has always been done in dialogue with cultural understandings about the nature of the person. The authors cover a wide sweep of current psychological thought, showing the contemporary diversity of the discipline. I look forward to using this book with my students – itʼs a very engaging invitation to an area which has previously lacked attractive curtain-raisers.
—Peter Ashworth, Professor of Educational Research, Sheffield Hallam University